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The Shenandoah Area Council of Boy Scouts is working hard to support our Troops throughout the world. To that end they have joined with Trail's End Popcorn to send them popcorn for the holidays. Military popcorn containers come in $25 and $40 sizes. The popcorn will be shipped directly from the Trail's End warehouse to Military personnel so there is no shipping cost to you. To support our Military with popcorn this holiday season please call 540-662-2551. Checks can also be made out to Shenandoah Area Council and mailed to 107 Youth Development Court, Winchester, VA 22602. Please designate how many containers you wish to send on the check.
All Compactor Sites in Shenandoah County will be open until 9 p.m. on August 7 and 8 due to the yard crawl. The landfill will not be open until 9 p.m. on August 8.
Concern Hotline 540-459-4742 Confidential and anonymous Hotline for anyone in need. Specializing in information and referral, crisis intervention, and suicide prevention.
Our website is www.concernhotline.com
Active Life Physical Therapy in Strasburg is collecting pet donations to be given to the Frederick County Animal Shelter. Items needed are cat and kitten wet/dry food, litter, litter boxes, clorox, paper towels, air fresheners.
Items may be dropped off at Active Life PT at 113-4 Founders Way in Strasburg or the Frederick County Animal Shelter at 161 Fort Collier Road, Winchester.
The Volunteer Farm is seeking volunteers to plant vegetables for the Food Bank.
Those interested in volunteering may register www.volunteerfarm.org.
The Mt. Jackson First Bank is collecting the following items during May to send to our troops:
Candy, snacks, flavor packets, games (word search/sudoku), lip balm, fruit & apple sauce cups, crackers, foot powder, wet wipes, germ-x, stamps, note cards, poptarts, hand lotion, q-tips, pre-paid phone cards.
I would also like to ask if anyone has a loved one serving our country, bring a picture by the
bank as we would like to have a collage on display of our local guys & girls serving our country
During the month of January, Shenandoah Valley Realty in Mt. Jackson is collecting new or slightly used children's coats which will be donated to Shenandoah County Social Services.
Coats may be dropped off Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Save-A-Lot in Mt. Jackson is sponsoring a food drive through January to benefit local food pantrys. Customers may purchase prepared food bags which will be donated to the food pantry of their choice.
The Comfort Inn, Woodstock is donating five free room nights to Shenandoah Memorial Hospital this holiday season.
The rooms can be used from Dec. 20 through the 25th for needy patients who are required to stay near the hospital for outpatient services, or for out-of-town families who are visiting hospitalized loved ones. Eligibility is left to the discretion of the Shenandoah Memorial Hospital staff.
" We are a member of the Woodstock community, and the community has been very good to us," says Shannon Sexton, general manager. " In this season of sharing and caring, we want to help others who could use our services. We Love Guests!® is our philosophy, and this is one way to put words into action."
Further information is available by calling 540-459-7600 or e-mail at email@example.com.
According to a press release, The Shenandoah County Fire and Rescue will install free smoke alarms for Shenandoah County residents beginning Dec. 12. Homes with children under 5 and residents 65 and older will get first priority.
Further information is available by calling 459-6167.